Speech & Hearing Martinsville Office
Our Martinsville office is located on Chimney Rock Road, just south of Washington Valley Road.
For appointments and/or information call (908) 575-0399
We offer services with speech-language therapists who are fluent speakers of:
Office Manager: Denise Ext. 274
Fax Number: 732-302-0881
Directions: For the most efficient route, we suggest that you use Google Maps.
Parking: The office has plenty of free parking and is wheelchair accessible with elevators.
Hours: Our hours are by appointment and are available Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Providing Somerset County with Hearing Aids, Speech Therapy, Hearing Tests & More
Our office in Martinsville allows us to provide areas in Somerset County with the best in hearing aids, speech therapy, hearing tests, speech-language pathology, and audiology services. Including, but not limited to, Bridgewater, Pluckemin, and Green Brook NJ. If you would like to know more about our services or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please call (908) 575-0399 today or fill out our form on our contact us page.
About The Speech & Hearing Somerset County Martinsville Office
We provide Somerset County with a complete range of audiology, hearing aids, hearing tests, and speech-language therapy services for children and adults of all ages.
We accept Medicare and participate with Horizon, Aetna, Cigna, United, Oxford, and many other insurance carriers. Unless required by your insurance, you do not need a referral from a physician to receive our services. Our friendly and helpful office manager will be happy to assist you to determine your specific insurance coverage and procedures that need to be followed. We also accept referrals from School Districts, NJ Division of Disability, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Workers Compensation and many Union and insurance hearing aid plans.
All services are provided by NJ licensed and nationally certified Somerset County audiologists and speech-language pathologists who hold either a Masters or Doctorate degree in their field. All hearing aid related follow-ups are with an audiologist, not a technician.
We pride ourselves on the comprehensive evaluations and our professional interaction with referring physicians, including neurologists, pediatricians, pediatric neurologists, developmental pediatricians, gerontologists, family practitioners, general practitioners, and otolaryngologists. We also pride ourselves on our educational audiology program and our ability to interact and provide suggestions to teachers and child study team members regarding classroom management and intervention (therapy) strategies to help their students.
Audiology Services in Somerset County
The diagnostic audiology services we offer in Somerset County are designed for children and adults ranging in age from “new-born” to “mature”. Unlike other commercial hearing aid and audiology centers, our audiologists are experts in evaluating children and adults whose hearing is difficult to assess due to various neurological, developmental, or other conditions. We successfully assess the hearing of children on the autism spectrum, with pervasive developmental disability, Downs Syndrome and various other conditions. We receive referrals from developmental pediatricians, otoneurologists, pediatricians, neurologists, otolaryngologists, and over 70 school districts. We work closely with the NJ Division of Disability Determinations, NJ Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Spectrum for Living. Many of our adult patients have hearing loss due to a lifetime of recreational and/or occupational noise exposure, the natural aging process (presbycusis), head trauma, or other diseases or injuries. In addition to assessing the function of the peripheral auditory system (outer, middle, and inner ear) we routinely assess (central) auditory processing ability. Our audiology services include (central) auditory processing assessment, educational audiology, evoked potential testing, forensic audiology, comprehensive peripheral auditory evaluation (including air/bone pure tone thresholds, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions testing, signal to noise assessment, speech discrimination testing, comfortable and uncomfortable loudness measurement), infant hearing screening, and occupational audiology.
Hearing Aids & Tests in Somerset County
The hearing aid services we offer to Somerset County begin with a full hearing test to assess your ability to communicate and interact with your family members, social life and work performance. We find that hearing aids are not for everyone. However, learning how to enjoy a great quality of life despite hearing limitations is an important resource our audiologists can provide for your benefit. Please visit our hearing aids Martinsville page to learn more.
Speech Therapy in Somerset County
Our NJ licensed and nationally certified speech-language pathologists (also known as speech therapists or SLPs) evaluate and treat a wide range of speech and language disorders among both children and adults in Somerset County. Evaluations and therapy are covered by Medicare for adults over age 65 and by most commercial plans for younger adults and children. Typically, we see children as early as 18 months of age, and adults at any age. Our friendly and helpful staff will help you determine if you have coverage for our services and help guide you through the process. Please visit our speech therapy Martinsville page to learn more.
Auditory Training in Somerset County
We are proud to offer Somerset County the best in auditory training services. Even the most state-of-the-art hearing aids can’t always solve all hearing difficulties on their own. To help “keep up” during noisy situations, conversations, and while watching TV, our patients have found that short-term auditory training has added to the benefits of hearing aids and has significantly improved overall communication. Please visit our auditory training Martinsville page to learn more.
Central Auditory Processing Evaluations in Somerset County
Individuals in Somerset County that are in need of a central auditory processing evaluation will be able to take advantage of our advanced program. Auditory Processing Disorders (APD), also known as Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) is the reduced or impaired ability to discriminate, recognize or comprehend complex sounds, such as those used in words, even though the person’s hearing is normal. For example, understanding boat for coat or the not being able to discriminate the difference in sounds between “sh” and “ch” It is a complex problem that affects about 5% to 7% of school-aged children and it is twice as often diagnosed in boys than in girls. Please visit our central auditory processing evaluations Martinsville page to learn more.
Social Skills Groups
The benefits of developing social skills in everyday activities are imperative to a person’s ability to communicate appropriately in social settings. The group specifically focuses on: Social Thinking, Conversational Skills, Emotions, and Social Interactions. Please visit our social communication groups page to learn more.